The AIS Cycling program operates both track and road cycling programs for male and female athletes.
With the AIS Road Cycling program spending the majority of the year
in Europe, in 1997 the AIS established a cycling base in Tuscany,
Italy. In 2000, this...
The AIS Boxing program began in 1997 as an Olympic Athlete Program
initiative. The program offers scholarship places for the Australian
national senior boxing squad and, since 2007, Indigenous National
Talent Identification and Development athletes.
AIS Archery is a high performance program based in Canberra,
catering for archers all over the country. The program was launched in
1997 to prepare Australian archers for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
It began with five female archers, and expanded to offer...
AIS Squash was one of the first AIS programs to be decentralised.
Since opening in 1985 in Brisbane it has produced many world-class
players who have won the major world squash competitions — including
the British Open and World Open — numerous times.
Chronic disease, illness and good health in Canberra and Region:
Comparing clinical intervention with ‘Moving to Green’
The University of Canberra is pleased to offer doctoral scholarships for parallel three-year...
Category: Public Health
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